Lunation Artwork

Emily Hoisington ’08, MFA, has organized Lunation: 29 days of darkness and light, a book of prints and an exhibition about the relationship between humans and the cosmos with a focus on what it means to be female and experience the rhythm of the lunar cycle.

Emmett Ramstad

Emmett Ramstad ’07, MFA, is everywhere this spring. From publications, to lectures, to exhibitions, he's so busy we think he might be superhuman.

Red, Black, and White Adire Pattern by Diana Eicher

Faculty member Diana Eicher was invited to participate in an exhibit celebrating the fifty year anniversary of the University of California Santa Cruz.

Part two in a series on the teaching artist minor: Teaching Artist: Practicum lets students teach in classrooms across Minnesota. Students come out of it with real-life experience, hilarious anecdotes, and grand insights into the true purpose of art.

Luisa Rivera's illustration for Brigitte MOM

MFA student Luisa Rivera is featured in the newest issue of the German magazine Brigitte MOM.

1970s poster by Patrick King

Patrick King ’76 is hosting a Kickstarter campaign that everyone will love.

Marlon James by Katherine Turczan

Faculty member Katherine Turczan's photograph is featured in the New York Times this week.

Made at MCAD

Photos and student opinions from the Made at MCAD reception that took place Friday night.

Check out the premiere of NORTHBOUND on GeekNation

Lullskull Ltd. (Nathan Anderson '03, Jason Hagen '02, and Seth Anderson) are proud to announce the premiere of their original web series NORTHBOUND airing on the entertainment website GeekNation.

Kate Casanova

In her first Twin Cities solo show, Kate Casanova ’08, a Kolman & Pryor Gallery artist, extends her interdisciplinary artistic practice with new works that arrest natural phenomena.

Join her tonight at the show's artist opening!

Aaron Draplin's piece featured on Minnesota By Design

The Minnesota by Design site by the Walker Art Center is up and running.

Lynda Monick-Isenberg

Mike Perry ’03 has partnered up with footwear and accessories company Call It Spring to create a fun and fresh print for a limited-edition capsule collection.

Kirsten Camara's Analog Memory Desk

Art and design websites Design Milk and Collosal have featured current student Kirsten Camara for an innovative desk design.

All Night by Brittney Sabo

Brittney Sabo ’07 sat down with Nate Patrin of to discuss her successful web comic All Night.

Orris Moe in the studio

Alum Orris Moe now has a website that features his western-style artwork.

Hello, I'm Kate!'s greeting card nominated for a LOUIE

Kate Thomas ’13 has been nominated for a LOUIE award by the Greeting Card Association.

Katie Rose Kaufman

If you are interested in majoring in film at MCAD, there are many exciting classes to choose from. I recently had the opportunity to sit in on Tom Pope's Advanced Screenwriting class and witness first-hand the baby steps that students are taking as they work toward producing a full two-hour movie script by the end of this semester.

Trinkets from RPG Souvenirs

Rochelle Schultz '00 is now an in-house graphic designer for RPG Souvenirs in Rapid City, South Dakota.

Check out a collection of 70 individual artworks

The Minneapolis Art Lending Library, co-founded by staff member Larsen Husby, will host its March 2015 Lending Hours at the American Swedish Institute on March 18.

George Morrison ’43

The St. Paul Library and recently made a Beyond the Book special based the award-winning Modern Spirit by George Morrison ’43.

Jamie standing in front of the Guggenheim

After graduating in December, Jamie moved to New York City for an internship with one of the coolest museums in the world.


MCAD alum Oanh Vu has organized yet another MNKINO tonight in Northeast Minneapolis.

Carolyn Swiszcz's Inventory is on view at the MIA

Carolyn Swiszcz ’94 is showing a solo exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Paper Cut

Gregory Euclide ’08, MFA, will be showing work in the exhibition Paper Cut, along with Swoon, Nicola Lopez, Bovey Lee, and others. Don't miss the opening reception this weekend.